The knives created by Rick and Rudy are quite good but what is especially remarkable are the pieces featuring carved handles and frames. These two make a great team with Rick building the knife and Rudy doing the carving. Other makers do carve knife handles, however, the carving on the Korth knives is unique in it's style. It has been my privilege to handle many of their knives and I would like to share photos of some of those I have had. I hope you enjoy;
This particular model knife is called the Amazona.
The Korth carved skulls tend to be the most highly sought after pieces. This model is called the Coyote.
This is a more recent piece done in an Art Deco style. The model is called the Sentry.
Here is another Sentry with a Hanya (Traditional Japanese figure of a women so jealous she has become a monster and has grown horns) carving.
Another Sentry model with a skeleton carving.
Another skeleton, this one smoking a cigar.
Skull and snake design.
A Stinger model with Dragon.
This is the most recent and I feel the most detailed and spectacular piece done to date. This is the Reptile model featuring a skeleton with legs crossed leaning on a cane smoking a cigar and wearing a top hat!
Korth knives have become a hot collectible and are unique and extremely cool!